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Realme Buds Air TWS Review: Desirable truly wireless audio meets Realme’s reliability

Realme has barely spent two years old as an independent smartphone brand. While we cannot overlook the benefits of being backed by parent OPPO in terms of manufacturing, distribution, and marketing dollars, Realme has been one of the fastest-growing smartphone brands because of its super-affordable products. Just when we thought smartphones couldn’t be cheaper than […]

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Find My Device 2.4 prepares to add support for finding your Bluetooth Fast Pair accessories

Back at Google I/O in May 2019, Google announced lots of new software, devices, and features. One such announcement that they made pertained to the Google Fast Pair Service (GFPS) integrating with Find My Device. GFPS is a part of Google Play Services. Fast Pair does, more or less, exactly what it says on the […]

<p>At the ongoing CES 2020 trade show, the Bluetooth Special Interest Group (SIG) has announced a few new capabilities for the wireless technology. These new features will be rolled out with supported devices later this year under the LE Audio moniker and will enhance audio performance over Bluetooth, add support for hearing aids, and enable</p>
<p>The post <a rel="nofollow" href="https://www.xda-developers.com/bluetooth-sig-introduces-le-audio-lc3-codec-support-multi-stream-audio-hearing-aids-audio-sharing/">Bluetooth SIG introduces LE Audio with a new LC3 codec and support for Multi-Stream Audio, Hearing Aids, and Audio Sharing</a> appeared first on <a rel="nofollow" href="https://www.xda-developers.com/">xda-developers</a>.</p>

Bluetooth SIG introduces LE Audio with a new LC3 codec and support for Multi-Stream Audio, Hearing Aids, and Audio Sharing

At the ongoing CES 2020 trade show, the Bluetooth Special Interest Group (SIG) has announced a few new capabilities for the wireless technology. These new features will be rolled out with supported devices later this year under the LE Audio moniker and will enhance audio performance over Bluetooth, add support for hearing aids, and enable […]

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Realme launches “Buds Air” truly wireless stereo earbuds while OPPO announces Enco Free

OPPO and its offshoot Realme are marking their entry into the truly wireless earphone segment with the launch and unveiling of their respective products. Realme has taken center stage in India for its Realme X2 launch today, and the independent company is also taking this opportunity to announce the Realme Buds Air in the country. […]

Truly Wireless Earphones - TaoTronics SoundLiberty 53, Samsung Galaxy Buds, Apple AirPods, Apple AirPods Pro

Truly Wireless Earphones Comparison – TaoTronics SoundLiberty 53, Samsung Galaxy Buds, Apple AirPods and Airpods Pro

Phone accessories can often be indispensable, especially to power users. Whether by trying to extend battery life or listening to some tunes, you probably use some smartphone accessories regularly, if not daily. From earbuds to cables and charging bricks, these enhance our smartphone experience by accentuating their pros or diminishing their cons. We have taken […]

<p>Airplane mode is a feature that has been around in phones for a very long time. The name comes from the idea that the radios in phones can interfere with airplanes, so this allows you to turn them off without powering down the phone completely. Airplane mode has other uses, of course, but it’s not</p>
<p>The post <a rel="nofollow" href="https://www.xda-developers.com/airplane-mode-stop-shutting-down-bluetooth-audio-android-11-r/">[Update: Merged] Airplane Mode may finally stop shutting down Bluetooth audio, starting with Android 11 R</a> appeared first on <a rel="nofollow" href="https://www.xda-developers.com/">xda-developers</a>.</p>

[Update: Merged] Airplane Mode may finally stop shutting down Bluetooth audio, starting with Android 11 R

Airplane mode is a feature that has been around in phones for a very long time. The name comes from the idea that the radios in phones can interfere with airplanes, so this allows you to turn them off without powering down the phone completely. Airplane mode has other uses, of course, but it’s not […]

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Tronsmart Spunky Pro Review — Weird Name, Good Bluetooth Earbuds

Thanks to Apple’s 2016 decision to remove the headphone jack, omitting the beloved port is now standard practice. That’s great for some manufacturers since they can charge extra for dongles and first-party Bluetooth earbuds. Coincidentally, OEMs have introduced their own wireless buds at the same time they release smartphones without a headphone jack (I’m looking […]

<p>The 3.5mm headphone jack is definitively on its way out, and we are going to witness many more attempts from accessory makers towards Bluetooth audio devices. Back in 2017, Google had announced Fast Pair as a way to enable quick Bluetooth pairing with compatible devices, making the process easier and convenient for the then-upcoming Pixel</p>
<p>The post <a rel="nofollow" href="https://www.xda-developers.com/google-play-services-19056-beta-smart-bluetooth-battery-fast-pair/">Google Play Services 19.0.56 beta hints at smart Bluetooth battery estimates for Fast Pair devices</a> appeared first on <a rel="nofollow" href="https://www.xda-developers.com/">xda-developers</a>.</p>

Google Play Services 19.0.56 beta hints at smart Bluetooth battery estimates for Fast Pair devices

The 3.5mm headphone jack is definitively on its way out, and we are going to witness many more attempts from accessory makers towards Bluetooth audio devices. Back in 2017, Google had announced Fast Pair as a way to enable quick Bluetooth pairing with compatible devices, making the process easier and convenient for the then-upcoming Pixel […]

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[Update: Chrome OS support rolling out] Google’s Bluetooth Fast Pair now syncs between Android devices, Chromebook support coming in 2019

Last year, Google unveiled a feature along with the Pixel Buds called “Fast Pair.” The feature is part of Google Play Services and it works with Android 6.0 and above. Fast Pair enables quick discovery and pairing with compatible devices via Bluetooth LE. Now, it’s getting even smarter and will soon support Chromebooks. Fast Pair […]